The chief of a West Virginia charitable organization who called first woman Michelle Obama “a gorilla in heels” in a Facebook post has been let go and the establishment put under outside administration, state authorities said on Tuesday.
Pamela Taylor, executive of the Clay County Development Corp (CCDC), which gives administrations to poor and elderly inhabitants, drew worldwide judgment after her remark a month ago about Obama became famous online.
She surrendered in November however was reestablished a month ago, inciting West Virginia to audit its agreements with the not-for-profit.
Fair Governor Earl Ray Tomblin’s office said the state had secured an understanding under which the Appalachian Area Agency on Aging will deal with the CCDC for six months.
“Taking after the state’s demand for particular affirmations that the CCDC is taking after against segregation strategies, we have been guaranteed that Pamela Taylor has been expelled from her position as CCDC chief,” Tomblin’s office said in an announcement.
Taylor couldn’t be gone after remark.
The not-for-profit in Clay, West Virginia, a residential community around 20 miles (32 km) upper east of Charleston, the state capital, gets state and government subsidizing.
After the Nov. 8 decision, Taylor went on Facebook to applaud the change from Obama to previous model Melania Trump, the spouse of President-elect Donald Trump, a Republican.
“It will invigorate to have a tasteful, wonderful, honorable first woman back in the White House. I’m worn out on observing a primate in heels,” she composed.